Upstate NY Town Fires Off a Resolution in Opposition to NDAA

A tip of the Liberty Cap to the Tenth Amendment Center

MACOMB, NY (February 15, 2012) The Town Council of Macomb, New York, didn’t wait for the State of New York or St. Lawrence County to step up to protect the citizens in their township from Sections 21 and 22 of the National Defense Authorization Act, but took matters into their own hands by passing a resolution opposing Sections 21 and 22 of the NDAA bill signed into law by President Barack Hussein Obama on New Years Eve.

Macomb Town Council member Steve Burke in a telephone interview, the measure was approved unanimously by the Town Board. Burke also informed “TAC News” that copies of the approved resolution would be sent to President Obama, as well as, state and federal representatives.

According to other sources the measure was brought to his attention by Rhode Island State Representative Dan Gordon.

The Tenth Amendment Center praises Councilman Burke, the Macomb Town Council and Representative Gordon for their awareness of these serious issues and their actions to protect their respective constituencies from these dangerous infringements on Constitutionally guaranteed protections under the 4th, 5th and 6th Amendments.

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